I am debating whether to purchase the extended warranty for mechanical issues as well as whether to purchase the tire warranty. Has anybody else decided to purchase the extended warranty?
Same with me, I was coming around a tight corner a bit to fast, my right rear wheel got some curb rash. Good to know the dealer can fix it, Ill ask my dealer to take a look when its in next week.If it is any help I gave one of my rear rims a touch of curb rash - about 6 inches of bare aluminum - on day 2. For about $150 dealer had their rim specialist contractor fix it and impossible to tell it ever happend. I did not opt for tire/rim protection and view the $150 as cheap lesson in being more careful than I was in my 4Runner. That said, before winter hit, I found myself very reluctant to consider travel on anything approaching 4WD roads due to rims, and lack of skid plates.
Tire protection is part of my overall extended warranty. The wheels and all that other stuff were separate, and I turned them down.I was researching the issue of the F-Pace extended warranty and was curious if anyone took out the tire protection warranty? Do you think it is a good idea based on the cost vs the cost of the 22 inch rims? I think the cost is fairly close to the cost of replacing 1 wheel.
I did - see the second post of this thread. But it was only $2K, and includes tires, and I keep my cars longer than most people, I think.Season Greetings All,
Still trying to decide whether to pay 3k to extend the mechanical warranty out to 100k miles. So far I do not think a single person has taken out the warranty. Do most of you view it as waste of money or just plan to get a new fpace after 5 years or 60k miles? I usually drive almost 20K miles a year so I am thinking for me 5 years would = 100k and then buying a new vehicle. Thoughts anyone? IS the mechanical extended warranty a waste?